A group of hairless 'skinny pigs' are looking for a new home. The unusual animals, a type of Guinea pig which are bred to have no hair - similar to Sphynx cats - were taken into the care of the RSPCA after their previous owner was struggling to cope.
Now, eight pigs, including three males named Aardvark, Walrus and Warthog, are looking for new homes, once they have completed further health checks.
Because they have sensitive skin, they need to be kept away from direct sunlight and have pet-safe cream applied to keep them healthy.
There were initially 10 of the animals, but two have already found new owners. The rest are currently in the care of the RSPCA Middlesex branch.